COVID-19 vulnerability and the socially disadvantaged

Friday, July 9, 2021
12. COVID-19, 1,5-hour Oral Session
S100 7:15 PM > 8:45 PM COVID-19 vulnerability and the socially disadvantaged 12. COVID-19

7:15 PM 1329 Equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination: a qualitative interview study and scoping review of migrant and ethnic minority communities  > A. Anna DEAL (Ashwell) 7:25 PM 1389 Factors influencing COVID-19 and routine vaccination uptake in migrants and implications for vaccine delivery and response: a systematic review and participatory workshops with migrant community leaders > A. Alison F CRAWSHAW (London) 7:35 PM 3644 A multifaceted approach to provide the equitable delivery of COVID-19 vaccines in the black community > J. Jacinda ABDUL-MUTAKABBIR (Redlands) 7:45 PM 944 Disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on migrant populations in high-income countries: a systematic review and in-depth qualitative study > S. Sally E HAYWARD (London) 7:55 PM 1480 Sociodemographic disparities in knowledge, practices and ability to comply with COVID-19 public health measures in Canada > G. Gabrielle BRANKSTON (Guelph) 8:05 PM 2314 Gender disparities in COVID-19 vaccinations in the state of Michigan: identifying public health initiatives to improve vaccine uptake  > S. Seema JOSHI (Royal Oak) 8:15 PM 3726 COVID-19: vulnerability of indigenous people versus brazilian population > J. Juliane VISMARI DE OLIVEIRA (São Paulo) 8:25 PM INT22 Q&A/Discussion

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